Sika nu ashi: Man cries after beard spray he bought did not produce results; video drops

Sika nu ashi: Man cries after beard spray he bought did not produce results; video drops

- A young man has been spotted in a video lamenting about a product he bought

- According to him, beard spray he bought to get genetic hair did not yield the desired results

- In the video, the man was seen showing the disappointing results he had seen so far

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A new video going around on social media has shown a young man bemoaning the productivity of a beard spray he bought to get more hair to flex in town.

The video sighted by YEN.com.gh saw the young man sitting in what looked like his room as he looked gloomy over the incident.

After indicating that he was suffering and asking God to have mercy on him, he said his beard spray was not doing its job.

Sika nu ashi: Man cries after beard spray he bought did not produce results; video drops
Sika nu ashi: Man cries after beard spray he bought did not produce results; video drops
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The man lifted the bottle of the particular beard spray he was using and showed its results afterward.

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He turned his cheeks to the left and right to show the 'scanty' beard was sparsely located on his chin and said the cream was not working.

With a sad face, the young man looked into the camera and shouted that his beard had refused to grow even after applying the spray.

His desire to therefore join Ghana's 'beard gang' or 'No shave November' will not materialize due to the inability of his beard to grow.

In an earlier story, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Nana Tenewaah Safoa II, the Queen mother of Asuboni No.3, a suburb of Nkawkaw in the Kwahu West Municipal Assembly of Eastern Region has shed tears over her town's addition to the national grid.

According to a report sighted by YEN.com.gh on Kasapafmonline, the town's inclusion to the national grid followed the commissioning of an electrification project in the area.

The community after 500 years of its establishment has finally been added to the national grid.

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A ceremony held on November 24, 2020, saw the entire community expressing appreciation to government for making them see electricity in the area.

While addressing the community, Nana Tenewaah Safoa II recounted the challenges of not having electricity in the area for many years.

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